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for being with us. i'm joie chen. one of the best names in the treatment of dementia patients sits in a bigger debate, pharmaceutical companies, prescriptions and how doctors choose the medication they provide. johnson and johnson m settled about the government from 2002 to 2003 there was an off-labor use of the drug not approved by the fda. it has been since approved for dementia and young patients as well. and it has been an enormously successful product. it had $24.2 billion from 2002 to 2010, but it was the off-label period that raised alarm. the marketing effort including compensation to doctors amounted to reckless endangerment of patients young and old. >> the kick packs undermines adjustment of healthcare providers. it provides incentive to increase the use of drugs potentially putting the health of some patients at risk. the companies put down the risk of risperdol. put simply the alleged conduct is shameful and it is unacceptable. it displayed a reckless indifference to the safety of the american people, and it instituted a clear abuse of the public trust. >> joining us i
sell or can we add use restrictions to the selling for the disposition in the property management plan? >> well, i think that the whole point of doing all this is the state, you know, wants to get as much money as possible. and yes, it's true in this case the state wouldn't get any money because of the the cdbg restrictions, but in other cases where we brought properties before them, they've focused on are you getting -- even when it's restricted revenue, are you getting as much money as possible, and if there's not a use restriction on it, i think it would be difficult to apply a new use restriction on it because the state would look at that as us trying to purposely reduce the value. >> i think i -- the reason i asked that question is because i feel the garage parcel adds to the value of the enter social center itself. so if it can be sold to someone who is doing rental on another lot nearby and they choose to buy that garage and then they say this is only for residents or for this particular use, but not necessarily for the heritage center, i think that would lower value of the com
here behind us, meaning this place and this city and our country would never be the same. the cold and wind and rain here in dallas today was a sharp contrast to the bright sunshine of 50 years ago, weather beautiful enough to ride in an open car. today, one half century later, thousands turned out to remember john f. kennedy. >> the people of this city have been felled with a sense of industry born of tragedy. >> the place is little changed since that day 50 years ago. thousands were here then, too. people lined the motorcade route, the final critical moments captured by the film camera of abraham zapruder. >> hi, sir. how are you? >> across the street that day was pierce almon, then 29 years old, a local broadcaster. he heard the shots, heard mrs. kennedy cry out, in fact. he ran into the book depository building. in the doorway he passed and spoke to oswald not knowing he was the assassin. inside he used the only available phone line to report live details on the air. >> this was the door you entered. >> this was the door. it's changed, and when you go inside, the lobby is total
to be transferred to the city for governmental use that were /orpblly going to be sold in the open market and previous drafts, first one being building 218. originally the goal was to sell to private developer who would own and manage. tracy, can you just quickly discuss why the governmental use approach or transfer to the city approach is a better route? >> will, i think partly -- again, not arguing the governmental purpose. we're arguing kind of an enforceable obligation and we have an enforceable obligation that these were part of the community facilities broadly identified as community facilities in the phase two. we felt that was a stronger argument when we went back and looked again at the phase 2dda and the redevelopment plan which specifically kind of envisions that there are going to be these community facilities that have a public purpose. therefore they should -- we feel that's a strong argument to keep them in the city's -- transfer them to the city and artist studios and keeping the rents at cost. which the dda says rents can only be charged to cover expenses. and having the
to does his support for the treaty. i know, that the secretary changed his schedule to be with us today. he's a keynote speaker at the disability-related event this evening in new york. we'll be excusing him around 4:30 or so do so. secretary, we're pleased for joining us. thank you for rearranging your schedule today. i will leave congresswoman duckworth to be recognized by senator dire bin. someone who has done a tremendous amount of work on the cannot of veteran's affairs and personal testimony about her personal experience as a wounded warrior is invaluable to the committee. i want to ask former attorney general who is here to discuss the practical importance of ratification, and let me also recognize his wife, jenny, who is accomplished in the field of disability advocacy. we appreciate you being here as well. let me ask dr. susan from the catholic family and human rights institute. professor timothy meyer, the assistant professor school of law. and michael faris to join us as well as they offer their views on the treaty. thank you, all. let me turn to senator occur bib. >> t
of the president's assassination. you can join us at these numbers. we will also read some of your tweets. we'll get to your phone calls in just a moment and take you live to dallas once that event gets underway. it had been set to start at 12:30 eastern, so they are running a few minutes late. we are reading some of your comments on facebook. mary mcdonald says 30 years ago i was 17 years old, a high school senior, and my last class of the day -- again, we will be covering events related to the 50th anniversary. dallas is next, and they get underway, set to start at 12:30. we will take you there live when it starts. we will show you the events at the john f. kennedy library in boston, which will come up sometime in the 2:00 eastern heart. afternoon.good caller: good afternoon. even though i was not born yet, my mother was expecting me. you are on the air. go ahead with your comments. i think we may have lost catherine. do call back if you want to. the numbers are on the screen. anthony is in los angeles. caller: hi. i remember when i was a child, i is only 2 1/2 years old, and was standing w
. >> that is it for us this morning. take it away, are kohcarol. >> thanks so much. have a great weekend. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> happening how in "the newsroom," november roars in. halloween havoc as a massive storm hammers millions from maine to texas. >> the water came too fast. there wouldn't have been time to get people out of their houses. >> reporter: people plucked from rooftops. this morning the storm marches east. >>> also foot cut. >> i just learn how to survive. >>> millions of americans who use foot stamps on notice. >> no matter how people look at you keep your head up. >> reporter: one in seven of us desperately depending on this program to put food on the table. >>> plus -- >> thanks for flying with delta. >> reporter: fire up that ipod, kindle or computer. delta becomes the first airline to let you use your gadgets below 10,000 feet but there's still one thing you cannot do. >> smoking is not allowed on any delta flight. >> reporter: you're live in the "cnn newsroom." good morning everyone. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining m
, we don't want the government to take care of us. >>> a message about shared faith and common values. >> we talk about family, we talk about education, we talk about self dependence. we talk about opportunities for american dream. >> and flowing straight into trouble. a new front in the contest between energy and the environment. >> and good evening. thanks for being with us. i'm joie chen. will they stay or will they go? it is a fair question on this day before off-year elections in many communities around the country truly is an off-off election year, races which might not attract a lot of attention in any other year. but this year political divisions on many levels make quite a few races be bellwether. what we currently call colorado where secessionists want to form a new state. might not have much of a success but it points to a bigger picture of divide. the great sky of colorado's rural community. chris bury begins in cheyenne wells, colorado. >> a belief that the federal government has lost touch with the their people. >> have no idea how hard we work. >> his daughter, a nanny,
and subsidiaries agreed to pay more than $2.2 million for marketing for uses that were never approved. eric holder talked about the justice t from the department. his briefing was 30 minutes. >> good morning, thank all for being here. associate by the attorney general and the for tant attorney general minute achusetts, car orti ortiz. the deputy inspector general for investigations at the department of health and human cantrell. gary we are here today to announce johnson and three to pay ries have agreed $2.2 million to resolve criminal marketed claims they prescription drugs for uses they and proved they were safe effective and paid kickbacks to pharmacies for prescribing and promoting these drugs. through the alleged actions, the pockets atined their the expense of american patients, and private insurance industry. everyonee up costs for and negatively impacted programs solvency of like medicare. involving the anti-psychotic drugs and the necricore and other products. addresses ent allegations of conduct that put at risk some of the most vocal society, including the children, the elderly, and t
. >> attorney general thornberg, we all recognize that the u.s. is the gold standard on disability rights. if we're at the gold standard, i mean, i certainly understand why it's in our best interest to have other countries obligate themselves to meet our gold standard, but i don't get why we should be ratifying a treaty that obligates us to do things that are still open to or subject to interpretation. that's my concern. i think that's the core concern of those that may not be supportive of the treaty currently. can you explain that to me? >> i think so. the basic gap in understanding is what the consequences of ruds are. the treaty that's adopted includes the reservations in understandings and deck collar rations that accompany it. when we say we're not going to do something that we specified we do not include within the am bit of the treaty amended by ruds, it doesn't mean we flout convention, but that we implement it with the ruds in mind, and that's true not only of what the united states does, but other countries -- >> if we're the gold standard, what do we have to interpret in implementing
in jakarta is a hub for the u.s. by efforts. on thursday, john kerry issued some of his brightest remarks to .ate on nsa spying during a video appearance at a london conference, john kerry conceded some actions have "reached too far." >> the president and i and others in government have actually learned of some things that have been happening in many ways on automatic pilot because the technology is there, over a course of a long period of time. >> edward snowden is reportedly starting a new job in russia today. his lawyer told a russian news agency or snowden has been hired by major russian website. than 47 million people who receive food stamps in the u.s. will see a decrease in their aid beginning today as a temporary boost from the 2009 stimulus expires. bybed the hunger clip critics, the drop will reduce monthly food stamps for a family of four $36 each month. according to the center for budget and policy priorities, food stamps will now average less than $1.40 per person per meal next year. the decrease comes two days after lawmakers opened talks on a farm bill that will likely cut
and joins us now. it's fascinating on your reporting in this. how serious were they looking into having hillary clinton be the vice president? >> it was serious, not that it was intentionally polled and focused grouped. campaigns don't spend the money on focusing and polling groups unless they are seriously exploring something. it was only known but about a half dozen of the top obama senior advisors, people like david axlerod and most notably the chief of staff william daley, then chief of staff who became close to joe biden. they are similar age, similar background. >> similar background. you talked to him? >> i talked to him on the phone and he confirmed saying he thought it was his due diligence as chief of staff to at least explore the possibility what hillary clinton would mean for obama in 2012. they concluded she wouldn't add a substantial effect, she would help but not enough to dump biden. >> she might have given a little bump but not a big enough to justify the whole -- >> that was their conclusion at the end of 2011, correct. >> there is also in the book details about the re
on jump in heartbeat. >> that is our report. thanks for joining us. >>> welcome to "world news." tonight the halloween nightmare playing out across a big part of this country. the flash floods, the dramatic rescues by raft, by helicopter, families hoisted to safety. abc's extreme weather team on the case tonight. >>> the breaking news late today, the justice department suddenly stepping in. the mysterious case of a teenager found dead in a high school gym. tonight you'll see the school surveillance tape. >>> ready for takeoff, the big change for anyone getting on a plane tonight. for some airlines it starts tonight. the fliers sending us their videos. >>> trick or treat. what happens when you unknowingly buy a so-called haunted house, the american families turning to the real-life ghost busters. >>> good evening on this thursday night. great to have you with us. diane has the evening off. we do begin tonight with that wicked weather on this halloween, millions of families taking a rain check literally on that trick or treating. here's why. a giant system on the move this evenin
bengazhi. here's how you can tell us your 3880 four202-585- democrats -- we have this question posted on our facebook page. about 1000 participants giving their opinion. you can reach out to us via ,witter and send us an e-mail journal@c-span.org. the gallup poll was taken in september. media, showingws from 1999 to the present day. they have a great deal or fair amount of trust in the mass media. goings 40% in 2012 and back to solar numbers. 55% still saying they do not have very much trust in it or none at all. when it comes to news sources and their trust in the mass media. that is the cbs news story from this week. where'd you gather news from and how do you take it in and why do you trust it? us,ou want to reach out to the numbers are -- you can also follow us on facebook, posting their opinions, you can as well. i will give you a couple of snapshots of what they are saying. when it comes to sources, out jazeera, bbc,al and public tv. you can give your sources on the phones, on facebook, or on tweet and e-mail. from new jersey, democrats line, go ahead. my favorite news sources n
to actually affect the individual lives of citizens here in the country? is there a way of us coming together and writing ruds in that way? >> senator, thank you for the question. i think with respect to the federalism issue, a federalism reservation could address the federalism problem that you've identified. federalism reservation could, i think, be drafted to be somewhat stronger than the reservation that currently reservation attached to the resolution for ratification that came out last year. conceivably such a reservation would make very clear what the e numb rated powers that congress possesses are. and reserve out of any obligations that couldn't be satisfied through the exercise of those powers. with respect to the interpretation issue, i think a set of understanding could be drafted that would make very clear that the united states does not accord any significance to the interpretation of the convention afforded by the committee. i think it would go a long way toward addressing the concern that the convention might be used to interpret federal statutes including essentially preexist
living this program cause the u.s. house is about a gavel in and members will start their legislative day and hold one minute speeches on any topic. legislative work starts at 5:00 eastern. members will debate by bills including one to create a website to list all government any votes requested will take place at 6:30 eastern. now, live to the house for. the speaker pro tempore: the house will be in order. the prayer will be offered by our chaplain, father conroy. chaplain conroy: let us pray. loving and gracious god, we give you thanks for giving us another day. help us this day to draw closer to you so that with your spirit and aware of your presence among us, we may all face the tasks of this day. bless the members of the people's house. help them to think clearly, speak confidently and act courageously in the belief that all noble service is based upon patience, truth and love. may they be great enough to be humble and good enough to keep their faith always regarding public office as a sacred trust. give them the courage and the wisdom to fail not their fellow ci
to use the speaker since you are so sick. good afternoon, director and president johnson. committee members. my name is danny cook, the executive vice-president. i have worked primarily in the san francisco bay area since 1980. in fact i'm sort of returning to my original campground because my first project was a united states postal service general mill handling facility on evans. i have also worked with the former redevelopment agencies on the yerba buena gardens and the children's center. i would like to introduce some of my colleagues that have been involved on blocks 50-51. i would ask them to stand as i call their name and stay standing. cheryl smith is the director of community affairs, she is ably assisted by her project manager terry mitchell and patrick banks is our site development manager for blocks 50 and 51 which is a subject of our discussion today. thank you. robert sub she has been selected as the correct county -- contractor for blocks 51, 50, and 54. the blocks are being awarded to 84 percent. there is still some contracting to be done. 53, 54 has just been bid an
, but peace for all time. so let us not be blind to our differences. but let us also direct attention to our common interests and the means by which those differences can be resolved. and if we cannot end now our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity. for in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. we all breathe the same air. we all cherish our children's future, and we are all mortal. >> children are the world's most valuable resource and expect hope for the future. ♪ ♪ never give up never slow down ♪ never grow old never die young ♪ ♪ sink or rise with the rising moon ♪ ♪ even with the evening stars ♪ they were true love written in stone ♪ ♪ they were never alone they were never that far apart ♪ ♪ we got to close our eyes ♪ ♪ they were fused together body and soul ♪ ♪ had much more with their backs against the wall ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ sunday soon there wasn't nothing to hold them down ♪ ♪ they will rise from among us like a big balloon ♪ ♪ take the sky and the ground ♪ ♪ o
we want to know today where do you think the twitter stock will close at the end of the day? send us your thoughts, your e-mail, worldwide@cnbc.com, tweet direct to me @rosswestgate or @cnbcwex. >>> now, besides twitter, plenty of focus on central banks today. flagging inflation in europe's peripheral countries is expected to dominate at the cb's rate decision meeting in frankfurt. geoff and anna have taken up their usual perch in frankfurt and join us for more. big question, guys. as we see the euro at a rate that just isn't just a five at the economic box, does the ecb have any tools in the box to bring it down? >> well, i guess the euro is a challenge here, but depending on who you lisp to at the moment, it's a question of what is happening in the united states and japan and elsewhere rather than what the ecb is doing or what individual european policymakers can do at this point. but the euro is a part of the problem as is the very weak growth story. >> the recovery is still intense. it's gradually progressing, but it's still weak, uneven and fragile. >> we must find a way to clos
sibling. we have a team of correspondences, authors, commentators here with us throughout this hour. they'll share their reflections on the assassination and the anniversary as well as the legacy of president kennedy. we want to start with the investigative reporter gerald posner, the historian david kaiser, both in watertown, massachusetts right now. correspondence ed lavandera is standing by as is our own john king. give us a quick thought, gerald. let's start with you. this is the hour testifies shot exactly 50 years ago today. >> wolf every minute that pas as we're talking right now, there is something taking place 50 years ago in the setup to the assassination. just a few minutes ago, three of oswald's coworkers in the texas school book depository decided to go downstairs for lunch. one of them said are you coming along to him? he said no, send the elevator back up and they went down. then the next few minutes as the president's coming down main street, it's lee harvey oswald taking some boxes and starting to form the sniper's nest that police will find after the assassination. so th
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noone u.s. house meets at for general speeches. legislative work gets underway at 2:00 p.m. eastern. will debate five bills, including one requiring federal spending to be posted on one website. another, increasing the pay of the d c cfo. bill still in with energy drilling later this week. live coverage on c-span. , a look atpan2 health care costs. the discussion is hosted by the alliance for health reform. live coverage begins at 12:15 eastern. gloria steinem will speak at the national press club. she helped found the women's action alliance. watch her remarks at 1:00 eastern on c-span3. mrs. johnson as first lady loved to show off her home. the guests would often formally gather here in the done. -- in the den. various heads of state came to visit. we have various things, one of the things she wanted to highlight was the native here.an heritage we have a collection of arrowheads. she had an eye for copper and collected items and had gifts from friends. mrs. johnson gave a tour of the house in 1968. she featured the china from mexico picture here. she spent a lot of time at the pro
by china and taiwan china's defense ministry said in a team matches including the use of force would be taken if the cop lying in the sound did not obey the country's instructions. the start of the porches on sunday that such a unilateral act is full of danger in custody to an unexpected situation did you it is still set by jury to conclude the same car cool items which are inherently japanese territory. this new development is one that we cannot accept what he needed to be so congress. just us at the ministry's asian affairs unit chief town to protest that i announce it today. he said the ministry is considering launching another contest by higher your ranking japanese officials the japanese company maintains that the center line and historically been known to japan in accordance with international. here is the sense that no sovereignty she has begun jean pierre and it is. top us officials have expressed strong consent of a tennis is now spends eight called on chinese state is to exercise caution and restraint. it depends how people send in turn as you know i'm too cool not in any w
. giving us time to import -- overview the important work, par them to make responsible financial institutions and promote fair competition and enable access to financial services for all americans. the cfp be has made good progress. undergone has critical analysis of the most common financial products in a consumers life, including mortgages, student loans, credit cards, and has taken action to improve the consumer experience with these products. for example, for student loans, the bureau has focused on key elements towards paying for college projects that she minds for students and educators. the cfpb has proven to be a strong enforcer of consumer law and has shown a no tolerance policy for -- refunds for harm consumers. this analysis and strong enforcement would not be possible without the ability to collect data. the cfpb is the first federal agency to look at financial products and companies that had no supervision and about which nobody has had had information. collectral agencies data to inform their supervision of the marketplace. and fdical reserve fpberstand as does the
've been meaning for the drain with a say about them is for us because we have a job that in any of them one way or the oboe. however this was less optimistic than fifty years of age of seven to fifteen years ago. and a team that was a chance then to sit down and talk and this will be told who have dismissed this break in their attempts to supply management and unions will commence a day to day consultation period on monday. it remains to be seen but that is still time to ten teams around. but that the jobs are gone. ingrid join just as from those terms and west of and he did the workers of the sea very shocked at this news but what i didn't think it is made to act on. he looks really good and the fact that there had been a dispute over the summer in relation to the deficit to the pension scheme as a dancing with the number of other companies the deficit is estimated that ten million hundred and four has put together for a bike. the company would it be detected a lump sum of twelve begin to cut the deficit and the workers would face higher contributions and not cited as benefits. however
clothes in flames yesterday afternoon. oakland police used surveillance images and witness interviews to catch the suspect. brian webb tried to get an answer from the teenager. >> tell us why you did it, sir, tell us. why would you do something like that? >> he said nothing. 18-year-old is being treated for second and third degree burns on his legs. >>> thousands couldn't wait to hit the jackpot or give it a good try. they went into the casino during its grand opening at 9:00 a.m. sharp. look at this crowd. the parking lot was full in no time. lines were long and slow that one feisty woman couldn't wait. not getting in line. she forced her way past security to get in and she did not get away with it. a great is west of highway 101. we heard a lot about this place the last few days. joe vasquez asked how do they treat the people who work for them. joe. >> reporter: casino management has been bragging about 2,000 new jobs that they created here. a lot of people out here in this area have had questions. what kind of jobs are these going to be? are they minimum wage or could you make a
to a higher power to keep them safe. >> forgive us our trespasses. >> reporter: a scene that played out sunday with dozens of twisters tearing through the region cars were crushed and homes flattened and in illinois neighborhoods were blown away in a matter of minutes. >> it was gone within 3-4 minutes and you see what it has done here, just everything. >> our two vehicles sitting across in the field over there one was in the garage. >> reporter: twisters recorded on dash cam went through indiana leaving destruction in the wake and included flipping the car and not sparing the "starbucks" in front of it or the dozens of homes and areas like boone country. >> i saw debris coming towards us and i went inside and hut the door and seconds later they told us to get down and the roof caved in. >> reporter: the severe system which fueled the tornados spread across 7 states, effecting more than 50 million people. >> we may need to take shelter right now ourselves. >> yes, we do. >> reporter: not even those covering the storms were immune from the impact, with many roads impassible as night f
president hamid karzai complicated a key security agreement with the u.s., telling tribal leaders it should not be finalized until next year. >> ifill: plus, some familiar faces look back at the assassination of president john f. kennedy. >> the air was filled with the most incredible screaming. it was like choirs all singing out of tune. >> woodruff: robert macneil and jim lehrer were both there 50 years ago, covering that fateful day in dallas. >> what the kennedy assassination did for me was forever to keep me aware of the fragility of everything. three rounds fired in 15 seconds changed the course of history. >> woodruff: those are just some of the stories we're covering on tonight's pbs newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and friends of the newshour. and...
that she had a megaphone and that she could use it for good and she did that and expected that all or its to the same. -- expected all of her successors to do the same. thank you to the white house association for their assistance. thank you for being with us once again tonight. ♪ [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> c-span series "first ladies" continues on monday. but worst, a white house tour from 1968 with lady bird johnson. a white house to or from 1968 with lady bird johnson. >> what do you think? of a brand new texas congressman, i snapped photos. i never imagined that one day i would live on the other side of that fence. like the tourists, i had the distinct feeling that this house belonged in part to me. i think that is a feeling that everyone who visits here shares. just like the thousands who come here every year, i was impressed by the majesty of the pride of through each of the rooms. what the passerby doesn't always realize is that there are two sides to the white house. the official side that r
all of us from the bigger story. we're talking about obamacare and a fresh round of problems on this monday morning. >> here we go again. the music world gets political. >> i want to acknowledge trayvon martin and the hundreds and hundreds of kids each year that are dying due to racial profiling. >> all right. that's fascinating. that's not all. katy perry sparking some outrage for an offensive outfit which i believe is japanese-thaoepld according to people in the studio. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ >> it's time for "fox & friends." >> live from studio e in the heart of midtown manhattan where i look outside and it currently is 23 degrees. >> right. who did you look for maria or did you look at the sign? >> i looked at the sign across the street at the bank. >> those are the most accurate. the banks are. we actually were outside yesterday at soccer playing for two hours. they get old enough, it's not considered bad parenting anymore. they pretty much make their own decisions. >> especially if you're out there with them. >> i can still hear the wind in my head. the win
shared his vision in this land and abroad, he had said two months ago to the united nations, let us complete what we have started for as the scripttures tell us, no man who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of god. at this time of sorrow and burden, he would have us remember the passages from joshua and isaiah, he had used in accepting the presidential nomination. be strong and of good courage. be not afraid neither be thou dismayed. shall renew their strength. they shall point with wings of eagle and run and not be weary. finally, in his last hours, president kennedy had prepared these words for dallas and for the nation, the rich -- righteous of our clause must always underlie our strength. for as was written long ago, accept the lord, guard the city, the guard watches in vain. the following is one of his favorite passages from scripture from the book of aclose -- the third chapter. there's an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heaives. d "issue" heavens. a time to be born, and a time to die, a time to plant and a tim
. >> after saudi arabia, john kerry flew to poland where he faced immediate questions over u.s. spying. he is the most senior u.s. official to visit europe since edward snowden revealed extensive nsa spying on european leaders, diplomats, and ordinary citizens. john kerry said the spying controversy should not cloud ongoing trade talks. >> that should not be confused with whatever legitimate questions exist with respect to nsa or other activities. as i have said previously, we want to hear from our allies will stop we want to have this conversation. president obama welcomes this opportunity to work with our allies and ultimately if we get it right, which we will, we cannot only alleviate concerns, but we can actually strengthen our intelligence relationships going forward and we can all be more secure and safer as a result, as well as detecting the privacy of citizens. iranousands rallied in monday in the annual commemoration of the 1979 seizure of the u.s. embassy. the demonstration was held outside the old embassy building, now dubbed the nest of spies. protesters chanted anti-u.s. sloga
actually talking on the phone for the most part you can go on playing your video game or using your device, reading your e book because it will not interfere with the aircraft navigation. it will likely turn out it never did. tom costello covers aviation for us. he's live at miami international tonight. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. good evening to you. in fact, this rule goes back to the 1950s. it was all about protecting the cockpit. but the new rule is these simple electronic devices pose no risk to modern aviation. it is welcome news to anyone who flies. on this halloween travel day with costumes on full display at the airport there was also a treat awaiting travellers. >> at this time please turn off all cellular telephones and all other electronic devices. >> reporter: that preflight announcement will soon be a thing of the past. no need to power down your cell phones, e-readers, or music. though your cell connection needs to remain off. >> the policy i think strikes the appropriate balance between responding to what customers want but first and foremost insuring we have
crowd of people saying, what can i tell them. so he floated the idea of a peace corps. he didn't use that term but floated the idea saying to them if you are a doctor or an engineer, or a technician, would you be willing to go abroad for a year or two and help people in other countries and that would help the cause of democracy worldwide. and he went on and said that the people didn't go to school, college just to get better -- do financially better in their life but to do something for the world. how many of you who are going to be doctors are willing to spend your days in ghana, technicians or engineers, how many of you are willing to work in the foreign service and spend your lives traveling around the world. your willing business to do that, or merely serve a year or two in the service but on your willingness to contribute part of your life to this country, i think will depend the answer of whether a free society can. i think it can and i think americans are willing to contribute. but the effort must be -- than we've ever made it in the past. >> that may have been the end of it e
wanted to introduce us all to what we could do to make our own surroundings look better with planting and to clean up our junkyard and to the wonderful, wonderful national parks that we have it that people come from all over the world to see. she was a publicist for some of these inks. she cared about them and her heart. she always been interested and what came to be known as beautification. she carried that on until her death. -- lower center here. -- lower center here. she was probably most valuable as a counselor to my father. that you do not get credit for. she knew that he needed somebody he could talk to, who would tell him the truth, or how they saw it. so biden did not need or want something from him. daddy would say why is it that everybody is always looking for something for me to do. that is true when you are in that job. people are coming to you even your staff with a project that they want to be the person who brings him in the information from such and such. have a bonedid not in that fight. daddy was one she cared about. thatffered him the solace allowed him to be able
honberg. later we will talk about aid to the philippines and what role the u.s. should pay in the international crises. washington journal is next. >> host: good morning. support for showed the republican bill. many stories this morning report that many of those voting to support it are in tough political fights. what you think about democrats supporting this bill? thed you suggest about current debate over the affordable care act? if you want to give us a call over the line the numbers are on the screen. you can reach out to us on social media as well. the washington post offering a breakdown of total votes. 261 votes say yes in supporting it, that including the 39 democrats as opposed to 157 no votes including four republicans voting against the bill. when it comes to the defectors as they are listed, the for republicans one of the bill to go farther and to deal the health-care law. again, we want to ask you not only about the democratic support for the upton bill, which the president said he would veto and probably has no support in the senate, but again, 39 democrats in
this a day of her membranes for john f. kennedy. the flag at the u.s. capitol is half-staff. a tribute to our president who died in dallas a half-century ago. this is the scene at arlington national cemetery. the final resting place for president kennedy and members of his family. we are focusing on both of these stories. we want to begin on the issue of the nuclear option. the senate action -- we want to hear from you. the numbers are on your screen. join us on facebook, send us an e-mail come a or send us a tweet. let's take a look at some of the headlines from the l.a. times. here in washington is the front page. the senate curbs the filibuster. that is the story above the fold. there is this from the dallas morning news. his courage still inspires us. the kids of 1963. this is available online at their website. story might imagine, the in the u.s. senate -- it eliminates filibusters on most nominees. here are the details. dramatic step the of eliminating filibusters for most nominations by presidents. they say this was necessary to fix a broken system. republicans say it will rupture it f
of this year. >> it's not fair. >> i'm angry. you are killing us. >> if you like your private health insurance plan, you can keep your plan. period. >> welcome to "hannity" tonight. since it's halloween we asked you the to send your obama care horror stories. there are many of them. ainsley from fox & friends, standing by. >> we are reading some of the tweets tonight. you just heard the president say if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. listen to debbie's tweet. debbie glosser says my in-laws lost their doctor of 18 years because of obama care. doctor said he would be breaking the law if he treated them. they were not able to keep their doctor. the president said if you like your health care plan you can keep your plan. listen to this. was dropped by anthem blue cross in colorado. don't know if i can keep my dock the tor. was planning to add my husband to my policy. can't afford it now because of the high premiums. one can't keep their doctor. one can't keep their health care plan and may not be able to keep their doctor. >> the volume, i have been looking at it all day, we have
people of boston and from all of us, even people like me that don't know the difference between the strike zone and twilight zone, congratulations, although i'm not that bad. so good to see you smile, incredibly, completely ridiculously good. that's it for us. thanks for watching. "early start" begins now. >>> streets and cars are under water in texas. our indra petersons is tracking the latest forecast. >> he thought as the chief of staff to explore the possibility of what hillary on the ticket would mean for president obama in 2012. >> the political bombshell that everybody is talking about this morning. the explosive new report revealing there was talk of dumping vice president biden for hillary clinton. >>> justice for kj is coming! >> the launch of an investigation into the mysterious death of a teenager who was found in a rolled-up mat inside his high school gymnasium. >> happy friday! >> i'm michaela pereira in for zorai zoraida. >> i'm john berman. >> it feels like it's still october. >>> deadly and ferocious flooding in central texas. more than a thousand homes evacuate
of individual privacy. let the oven and zach. and on capitol hill victims of us drone strikes are testifying on capitol hill in the family's small bomb makers about the horrors of drone strikes and loved ones they've blocked. we'll bring you one of those tragic story later that. if one is a november twenty oh five pm in washington dc. lopez and you are watching our tea. chief negotiators from all twelve countries participating in tops of the trans pacific partnership on some lake city utah today. the goal is to resolve differences between the countries and the call of a formal agreement. i mean the here and it succeeds it would be the biggest trade agreements in world history australia tonight to play canada japan malaysia mexico new zealand peru singapore united states and vietnam are all taking part in the talks cox would have been mostly conducted in secret. even congress says that it's being left out. and they aren't alone. where there is a gathering of world leaders there's likely to be a group of protesters and this meeting that was no exception many of them are afraid that they will l
much for spending a little bit of time with us on this thanksgiving. and happy hanukkah, as well, to everybody celebrating there at home. lots of bookkeeping to take care of. >>> sam, meanwhile. samuel j. joining us in philadelphia this morning. right there in the middle of the oldest parade in the country. we'll talk to him in just a bit. ginger zee, meanwhile, outside in the sub arctic new york. hopefully the balloons shall fly this morning. and it is great to have paula faris, dan harris and sara haines all here this morning. happy thanksgiving. and happy hanukkah, guys. >> and thanks to everybody who tuned in to us this thanksgiving morning. >>> we have a lot to get to this morning. including lots of last-minute tips and tricks as you get ready to dig in with friends and family today. we'll let you know everything you need to know to get cooking. and sara promises to have good desserts that we can't wait to try ahead in "pop news." >> right? >> yes. i always bring food. >> josh is cooking. >> i am indeed. >>> we have a lot of weather to get to. and samuel j. all bundled up in
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